After landing at the Frankfurt Airport, we found our way to the Hilton Garden Inn, which is conveniently connected to the airport, and is located within The Squaire and sits directly next to the Hilton. The Squaire is a multi-purpose building, as it houses a train station, office building, along with hotels, shops and restauarnts.
As the hotel is located indoors, there are big plate glass windows fronting the hotel. Upon entering the hotel, the front desk is directly to the left. Check-in took a while for some unknown reason. We were given two complimentary bottles of water. I am not sure if that is customary policy, or due to the fact that I currently have Hilton Diamond status thanks to the status match promo earlier in the year.
The lobby is very small with limited seating.
After crossing the lobby, we took the elevator up to room 7201.
The room had a fairly comfortable bed. Strangely, only one side had outlets next to the bed.
There was a small glass table and chair next to the bed.
The desk space was fairly sizable for an airport hotel. There was also a kettle and ice container on the desk.
The TV was on the far end of the desk.
The bathroom was on the smaller side. There was a single sink with ample counter space since it extended past the tub to the wall.
The toilet was located behind the bathroom door.
There was a shower/tub combo which had fairly good water pressure. Thankfully, there was no half glass shower door.
There was a small closet that contained an iron, ironing board and safe.
For some reason, check-out took an absurd amount of time. I am not sure if the front desk agent was new, but it took nearly 20 minutes to check-out.
The Hilton Garden Inn is perfectly serviceable for an overnight stay. There are actually three hotels within the Frankfurt Airport: The Hilton Garden Inn, The Hilton, and a Sheraton.